19:40 – 21:00: Panel discussion: “By your powers combined” The convergence of device management in the Apple and Microsoft ecosystems.
21:00 – ?: To the pub!
Thank you to our wonderful speakers and panellists – we all had a fantastic evening.
Watch the video here:
We’re always looking for venues to host our meet-ups and folks to speak/propose ideas. If you’d like to have us and/or want to speak/propose something for a future meet, please get in touch with a herder via the MacAdmins Slack – we hang out in #london and we are @macmule, @daz_wallace, @squirke, @grahamgilbert and @neilmartin83
We’re looking for folks who’d like to speak at our meet-ups! London Apple Admins is a welcoming, friendly community; an ideal place to dip your toe into public speaking if you’re new or seasoned. You’ll be surrounded by like minded people who share your passion and want you to succeed. Your chosen subject doesn’t necessarily need to be technical or Mac-specific.
Whatever your experience in the world of working with Apple stuff, if you’re interested, we’d love to hear from you. Jump into the MacAdmin’s Slack, pop into the #london channel or contact one of the official “herders”: @daz_wallace @grahamgilbert @macmule @neilmartin83 or @squirke.
Unfortunately, due to network issues, the live stream of the event was not successful and regretfully, Ross’ presentation was not recorded as a result. However, Henry’s Zentral workshop was caught – watch it below:
Sony Music’s office can be found at 9 Derry Street, with High Street Kensington tube station round the corner.
Just Eat’s office can be found at Fleet Place House, with a few tube stations within walking distance.
As always, the event was free to attend.
It wouldn’t be Just Eat if there wasn’t food involved, and certainly was no disappointment there! Sachin kindly arranged a banquet fit for the hungriest of admins – an assortment of alcoholic and non-alcoholic drinks, with loads of pizza (vegetarian and meat)! Nom!